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Discussion in 'Fred's Barcalounge' started by gtttrrr, Aug 15, 2019 at 1:12 PM.
Bullets have very low quality pickups. Shrill and harsh at the bridge, muddy and undefined at the neck. Overall quality is quite ok, but you definitely need to change these pickups.
Can double as a canoe paddle in a pinch...
Lake Placid Blue can look very different depending on the guitar and the lighting. That looks more like Ice Blue, which also looks like Agave Blue.
That’s a REALLY cheap guitar in every sense. So as long as you are comfortable and okay with that, then you’re good. I would personally look for something slightly better used.
I started on cheaper guitars, and I just can't go back even if I could mod a guitar. Just kind of a personal issue.
From my experience: As long as it works for you it is totally o.k. I have seen local virtuosos playing guitars that where considered to be total crap by others. They where their main instruments and they played the Sh*t out of it.
Sometimes a great setup will seperate a boutique guitar from a generic Chinese model.
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Yeah, didn’t pull the trigger myself, mixed reviews, seems like some are decent guitars and others have issues, fret edges, bad setup, bad nuts etc..
I grabbed the Surf Green one a few weeks ago from MF for $130. I'll freely admit I got it mostly for the Surf Green finish...
Not a bad little beater, though, for the price. Mine came in with a nice dark board, smooth fret ends, decent pups, impressive Surf Green finish, and a decent setup.
The only serious issue I see are the tuners - which are really bad.. And there don't seem to be any real drop-in replacements, from what I understand..
What are the guitars like from Thomans / U.S.A. ? anyone .....
Do love that green, looks great!